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Dot Corn . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 13 August 1853
Dot Corn . Strangers cannot understand the peculiar cries of our hot corn folks . They do not emphasize their words distinctly . Onr folks understand them well enough ; bnt , for the edification of strangers , we would adrise those engaged in the - hot com trade to endeavor to make themselves more plainly understood ; not too fast , nor too slow , but something in this style—Ter s yer nice hot corn—smoking hot—O ! what beauties I havo got—only two cents a yeax . ^
Funny Fan Department . —IVo . 2 . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 13 August 1853
Funny Fan Department . —IVo . 2 . NO . III . See-saw , Margery Daw Sold her bed and laid upon straw , Wasn t she a dirty slut To sell her bed and lay in the dirt V I think she was , indeed . What did she sell her bed for , that s what / want to know . A bed is the last article in the world that a married woman ought to sell , for everybod y knows it is the first article bouclifc by a newly married couple , and should be treasured up as a memento of those blissful days which ushered in a new born son , as it mi ght be a daughter . Catch me selling my bed , indeed ! I know a trick worth two of that . Another thing , —suppose Margery Daw , after selling her bed had been deserted b y her husband , how would she manage about advertising him 1 You dontknow , I suppose ; Neither would sho know . She could nt come out in the old fashioned way , and say , this is to caution all persons against trusting my husband , Jimmy Daw , as ho has left my bed , &amp; c , S fC It would nt do ; d...
What does it mean T [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 13 August 1853
What does it mean T The New York Herald in speaking of the Crystal Palace says— Another very beautiful contribution exhibited during the last few days , is a hose-cart made in Philadel p hia , but owned , we understand in New York . Wo confess ourselves puzzled on reading the above announcement , and , doubtless , all wero who read it , for the Neptune is owned by the Philadel phia fire company bearing that name , and how the Herald came to tell such a deliberate what-you-call- em , we are at a loss to know . The Nep is a handsome carriage , but let us not appropriate to New York the honor which belongs to another city .
The Suday Crarier ud Despatch . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 13 August 1853
The Suday Crarier ud Despatch . There is a probability of a quarrel between these two worth y members of the Sabbath happy family . It will be recollected by our readers , tbat a couple of months since the Courier commenced the publication of one of those endless stories , entitled Dorcas , the Dress-maker , or the Young Mother . It was announced as being written expressly for that journal . The Dispatch , which always previous to this monopolized the publication of long stories , thinking their ri ghts invaded , especially as the Courier had circulated and posted up big bills with picters on em , as tbe newsboys say , precisel y in the style of the Dispatch , and had also increased their own circulation at the expense of that of the Dispatch , determined to make a grand demonstration in favor of itself . Consequently , in the Dispatch of Sunday , July 31 , appeared an editorial article , exposing in rather plain terms the falsehood of the Courier folks , in trying to palm oft upon ...
?•? Oh , Don't Mention it . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 13 August 1853
?•? Oh , Dont Mention it . The Sunday Times contained an editorial article last Sunday , headed the Independent Press , in which it glorifies itself in being one of them . In the same paper is an editorial article puffing up Jullien , tho monster concert man . The said Jullien article is of course to bo considered as the editor s opinion of a man he never saw . It was doubtless paid for by Jullien s agent , as nearly all the articles to-be found in the daily and weekly papers on the same subject are . This is the independence of the press . Anybod y or anything can receive the hi ghest meed of praise from the independent press , if anybody or anything will pay well for it . There s no mistake about it . The modesty of the Times is only equal to its effrontery . » - * - •
Look ont for Dim . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 13 August 1853
Look ont for Dim . Fellow citizens , you behaved well on a ; recent visit of , a live lord to our city , in i letting him take care of himself , and in not forgetting your independence by bowing down to him . This is a beginning . Let us follow it up . Foreign musicians have been so flattered by # , that they do not hesitate to insult us whenever they think fit . It is time to teach them a lesson Let us keep perfectl y docile on the appearance of Jullien and his foreign monsters among us . Did we but encourage our own people more , there would be no lack of musical talent amongst us . Sound the alarm .
Jurors—Salaries . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 13 August 1853
Jurors—Salaries . A resolution was passed in the Board of Supervisors last week , increasing the salary of the Commissioner of Jurors to $ 2 , 500 . Now , while this matter was being , attended to , could nt something have been done in relation to the salaries of jurors . At present their pay is but one shilling per day , when they are actuall y engaged in trying a cause . Most jurors are men who are not able to bear this severe tax upon their time , being working-men generally , who depend upon their dail y wages with which to provide the necessaries of life for their families . They are dragged from their work sometimes without a warning , and compelled to dance attendance at court , for which they have a chance to make one shilling per day , but with a certainty of losing perhaps twelve or sixteen shillings . Something should be done to remedy this evil . Let s have an increase of salaries for jurors . What do you say ? m \ u m
Pay the Postage . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 13 August 1853
Pay the Postage . Correspondents must bear in mind that to pay the postage on their letters , will redound to their credit , and save ours . The postage on a single letter is not of much account , but when these single letters are collected to gether , they make one pile , and yet reduce another pile . See the joke ? Training . We conclude in this week s Clipper the interesting article on training . It will be followed up b y articles equally interesting and instructive .
Lively Tlaes . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 13 August 1853
Lively Tlaes . Great times in New York—the city almost overrun with visitors—the . Crystal Palace within a few daysofbeingfinished—our theatres all preparing for the fall campaign—lots , of musicians among us and more a coming —bearded women , alligators , happy families , and other animals in abundance—regattas , horse races , bull fig hts , pugilistic set-to s—and beside all this the New York Clipper with rich sporting news of all kinds . Trul y New York will surpass all former efforts , and were it not for the abolition gag our visitors would become deepl y impressed with the fact that we are a great people . Let the Great Bottesini sound his double G .
The Mosquito . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 13 August 1853
The Mosquito . This little beast , as we heard a lady ; call one of them , is rather annoying at the present time , this being the height of the mosquito season . An infallible preventive against the attacks of the little beast , however , is the oil of pennyroyal ; a drop or two applied to the clothing or the hair , will keep them at bay the whole ni ght . It can be bought at any drug store , by the three cents worth or in larger quantities . Try it , if you don t wish to get bit .
Crowded Ont . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 13 August 1853
Crowded Ont . We aro compelled to omit much interesting foreign sporting intelligence , in consequence of the crowded state of our columns . Several . interesting yacht races have taken place , in one of which the New York yacht Truant , owned by Mr . Grinnell , would have carried off the prize , had sho not been fouled b y tho winning boat ., A protest was entered on behalf of the Truant , in order to test to which yacht the prize should be awarded . We will give the full particulars in our next .
"" . : -. " . : cAi ^ imos . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 13 August 1853
. : -. . : cAi ^ imos . TRCJIENDOUS BARGAINS . AT THE CELEBRATED LARGEST AND . CHEAPEST CARPET ESTABLISHMENT IN THE UNITED STATES , No . 99 Bowery , New York , HIEAM ANDERSON . EiQHT srACioos SALES ROOMS—WHOLMAI * AND RETAIL . SALES ROOM No . 1 . CONTAINS THE MOST EXTENSIVE , FASHIONABLE , and handsome assortment of Hare s celebrated English and American Floor Oil Cloths , of the newest style , satin finish , marble , Italian , fresco , and scroll paintings , ever offered in this city , from 2 s . 6 d . to $ 1 the square yard of I to 8 yards wide . s . ir . Es noon No . 8 . THERE ARE 250 PIECES OF THE CHOICEST , most beautiful and desirable 1 * patterns of English and American Ingrain Carpeting , at unparalleled low prices , from 5 s . to . 6 s . 6 d . per yard . Manufactured for our city soles . SAXES ROOitt No . 3 . CONTAINS 300 PIECES OF ENGLISH AND American Imperial Three Ply Carpeting , of magnificent Scroll and Gothic figures , imported and manufactured to order , some of whic...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 13 August 1853
SULLIVAN HOUSE , No . 82 Chatham-st . The best of Ales , Wines , Liquors , tec ., always on hand . JAMES SULLIVAN , Proprietor . BOWERY LITERARY EMPORIUM . —That old established stand , the BOWERY NEWS Hut ( 177 Bowery , near Delancy ) , still continues t » 2 supply all the Sunday , Weekl y , and Daily papers , as soon as published ; al « o , the Magazincs : and Cheap Publicatons , soon as out ; together with a general assortment of Blank Books and Stationcry . Harpers will not be sold at cost , ( in imitation of several busy BV about town ) , but at the sufficiently low price sf 18 $ cents . Plays-of ihe Standard and Minor Dramas eonstantlr ou hrnd . MEDICAL DISPENSARY , Established in 1832 , by Dr . George W . Bond in Orchard Street , Nete » York , . For the Cure of Venereal Disease In all its forms . If you are unfortunate , and want to be cured and left in sound health , come to me - I am saving hundreds monthly . My father s reputation ana my wonderful success will satisf y any...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 13 August 1853
FALSTAFF TAVERN , BY IZZY LAZARITS , No . 4 James Street , Two doors from Chatham St , NEW YORK Private Lessons given in the Art of Self-De-fence at any hour of the day . NEW SALOONS AND BAR ROOMS , Wishing something nice in tho way of Pictures , Looking Glasses , tfc , can bo supplied at the very lowest prices for cash , by calling on ROGERS , 150 FULTON STREET , near Broadway , where they will find a good assortment of every style both antique and modern . TO SPORTSMEN , CALIFORNIANS , AND OTHERS . Alfred Woodham , No . 160 Fulton-street , one door West of Uroadwai , orrosiTK ST . PAUL S CHURCH . Importer and Dealer in Guns , Pistols and Cutlery , is constantly receiving from Manufacturers a full assortment of the above articles , as well as all articles in the Sporting line , viz : Dram Bottles , Shot : Pouehes , Percussion Caps , Gun Wadding , &amp; c , &amp; c . Colt s Patent Pistols , Fishing Tackle , &lt; fcc . Sole Agent for Klein s Patent Primers and...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 13 August 1853
Live and Let Lire Oyster tif Dining Saloon , 214 Broadway , Opposite St . PauTs Church , New York . James A . Walnut , ) n Win . H . Radford , ] Pro P r , etors - LITERARY HALL , No . 52 DIVISION STREET , ABOVE CHRISTIE The greatest Newspaper and Periodical Depot in the world—where all the Daily , Weekly , and Sunday Papers , Magazines , Periodicals , and Novels may be obtained as soon as published , together with Blank Books , Stationery , Grate Apron Cut Paper , &lt; feo . ROBERT P . ELLIOT , Agent . A p . 23-tf . READING FOB THE MILLION . Harpers Magazine , one and sixpence ; Putnam , Graham , and Godey , twenty cents . All tho Daily and Weekl y Papers , and Periodicals , immediately on publication . E . COZENS , News Agent , Ap . 23 25 Hudson St ., near Dunne .
YACHTING [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 13 August 1853
YACHTING Birkenhead Model Tacht Mob . The first race of the season for yachts of the first class belonging to this club took place on Wednesday , the 29 th ult , and from the strong wind blowing , proved a most exciting affair . The following seven yachts were entered , most of them new , and all clippers . F . K . signifies fixed keel , and C . B . centre board . YACHT . B . IG . TONS . OW . NEB . Warlock ( F . K . ) Sloop 4 Commodore . Kelpie ( F . K . ) Sloop 3 h A . Sparrow , Esq . Cyprian ( C . B . ) Lattina 3 $ P . F . Jones , Esq . Breeze l-loop 6 E . Haigli , Esq . Sirocco ( F . K . ) Cutter 7 J W . Brown , Esq . Truant ( C . B . ) Sloop 3 J R . M . Grinnelf . Esq . Presto Sloop 7 J A . Bower , Esq . The course was from Monk s Ferry , round the southern powder hulk off Bromboro , thence to a flag boat moored off the Dingle Point , and back , round the powder hulk , to . Monk s Ferry . With the exception of the Siroeco , all of them came to their stations under the superinten...